Discussion in 'Community' started by VadersLaMent
, Apr 18, 2013.
...you take stock of your cash, count out 94 dollars and immediately think, "Docking bay 94."
You bought glasses that specifically had to resemble the ones that Gordon Freeman wears.
But did you do it in the Ian voice?
This is important.
Couldn't do it any other way. Gotta hit the pause correctly and sneer when you say "well."
...you like informing the younger generations of Star Wars fans that Mosep Binneed was the original Jabba until some model maker at GL's direction made the Hutt as we see him in ROTJ. "STONE MITES!"
You want to correct someone's film knowledge but don't want to.
You see your roomate at work and you want to wave to her, but you think,"Oh, that is too OOC for me"
...you walk through the scifi section of a book store and your inner dialogue is, "Got it. Got it. Gonna get it. Never was interested in that one. I always loved that book cover. Omg that is still on the shealves? I wish this jerk would quit hogging up that section. Oh great, Vol 1 and 3 so I gotta order #2? Do people still by Asimov often enough to warrant this space? Who's that? I wonder if she likes Star Wars."
When your channel surfing and catching a few minutes of the Miss America Pagent and you think one of the contestants has a resemblance to a Doctor Who character
*For the record, I thought Miss Minnesota's face looked like Clara.
when you imagine that you're a Warg Rider and/or Rider of Rohan whilst riding your bike, but compare it to the Millennium Falcon to friends because she's not pretty, but she's better than she looks (usually).
when some friends of yours are talking about Star Wars or Tolkien and you don't want to get too involved because you don't want to be that guy that knows way too much about that stuff, but then you invariably do anyway.
when you buy (three) Golden Delicious apples specifically because they remind you of mythology.
... you read this article and have a nerdgasm.
And the dude's name is "Lukin", lol.
You have no idea what you're supposed to do, you only know what you can do.
You know you're a nerd when...
...you understand this:
Yeah I was quoting STID. Still the stupidest grammatically incoherent title ever.
Your sons on the playground: "Did you know my Mom plays Minecraft?"
You inadvertently become addicted to Dragonball Z.
You talk about your fear of death in the wake of your uncle's passing on your Facebook page by quoting Yoda's "Luminous beings are we, not this crude matter" line.
I used "Twilight is upon [me], and soon night must fall" when my aunt had stage 4 cancer, although I don't think I did it on Facebook.
You get American Pie's and the Saga Begin's lyrics mixed up.
Don't worry about it, people have laughed when I sang "Someday I'll be a Jedi" to American Pie on the radio.
(Ad-libbing "Don't write checks your *** can't cash" to Alan Parson Project's "Eye in the Sky" gets the laughs as well)
...you notice your JCC Trophy Points are 616 and immediately think Marvel Earth 616.
...when you read this article about the Swiss raising their minimum wage with this pic in the article:
And you think, "Wow, if that's what 8 million coins look like then Smaug must be resting in trillions of coins!"
Here is what one trillion dollars looks like in dollar bills:
The truck is 73 feet long. Those are dollar bills of course so coins will take up less space. Smaug might be twice the length of the truck and the room he sleeps in is at least the size of the money shown so yeah, trillions, plural. Trillions of coins.
It makes me think more of Scrooge McDuck.
You get 10,000 posts and immediately feel dirty about that feat.